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    Advice : Best Approach Access and Web (Office XP)

    Posted in the Access forum but might not be most appropriate?

    I need to

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    Re: Advice : Best Approach Access and Web (Office XP)

    You should find the thread starting with <post#=372694>post 372694</post#> by <!profile=DaleNapier>DaleNapier<!/profile> and the reply by <!profile=MarkD>MarkD<!/profile> in <post#=372770>post 372770</post#> of interest. You will discover there are some issues with storing the HTML in an Access table however.
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    Re: Advice : Best Approach Access and Web (Office XP)

    In addition to the links Wendell provided, you may want to take a look at these other previous posts:

    <!post=Re: Field Size Limit (2002 (10.4302.4219) SP-2),383754>Re: Field Size Limit (2002 (10.4302.4219) SP-2)<!/post>

    (This is a follow-up of sorts to the post cited by Wendell, and alludes to issues resulting from limitations of Access textboxes in displaying more than appx 64,000 characters.) Other links:

    <!post=Re: Import a .txt from the Internet (Office98/Access97),319030>Re: Import a .txt from the Internet (Office98/Access97)<!/post>

    <!post=Re: Importing from Excel (Ex 2002),362428>Re: Importing from Excel (Ex 2002)<!/post>

    <!post=Re: (VB) Downloading a file,316887>Re: (VB) Downloading a file<!/post>

    While downloading a web page is relatively straightforward, not sure how you plan to determine what portion of downloaded text or data you wish to retain.

    HTH

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